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Tsunami|Indonesia|Sunda Strait|Volcano at least 43 in Indonesia

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After colliding with the coast near Indonesia’s Sunda Strait, apparently, a tsunami occurred due to the tsunami due to the eruption of an island volcano, causing a wall of water to be sent around 65 feet (20 meters) and damage to hundreds of homes Reached, the government and the witnesses said.

About 600 people were injured in the tsunami at around 9:27 pm. On Saturday the Disaster Management Agency said.

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Scientists from Indonesia’s Meteorological and Geophysics Agency said that this may be due to landslides caused by the eruption of volcanic island Anak Cracktau formed in the years from the nearby Krakatau volcano. They also cited the tides of the flood due to the full moon.

Norwegian Austin Lund Anderson wrote on Facebook, “I had to run because the waves passed through the coast and became inland 15-20 meters (meters).” He said that he was taking photos of the volcano when he suddenly saw that a big wave was coming towards him.

“The next wave entered the hotel area where I was living and dropped cars on the road behind it and arranged to empty the roads and villages of the forest with the high trough, where we took care of the locals. It was shameless, thankfully. ”

The worst affected area was the Pandeyland area of Banten Province in Java, which includes the Ughong Cullen National Park and the popular beaches, the Disaster Agency said. Of the dead, 33 were in Pendalang.

At the southern Sumatra in the city of Lampung, hundreds of residents took refuge in the governor’s office.

Alif, a resident of Pandelang district, who is a name, said that the tsunami is about 3 meters (9.84 feet) high. They told Metrotevi Station that many people were still searching for missing relatives.

The Geophysics Agency said that the Anak Krakatau volcano erupted in the Suda Strait connecting the Indian Ocean and the Java Sea, which the geophysics agency said.

The 305-meter (1,000-ft) volcano, which is about 200 kilometers (124 miles) away from the south-west of the capital Jakarta, is erupting from June. In July, officials widened their no-go areas from the crater to two kilometers (1.24 miles).

Physical damage included 430 heavy damaged houses, nine heavy damaged hotels, and 10 heavily damaged ships. The footage posted by the head of the Disaster Agency showed flooded roads and a reversed card.

In September, more than 2,500 people were killed by the earthquake and tsunami in the Palau city on Sulawesi Island, which is just east of Borneo.

The government’s Disaster Mitigation Agency said that tsunamis spread around Indonesia’s Saturn Strait on Saturday late night, causing at least 43 people to death and 582 others injured.

The agency’s chief Sutopo Purbo Nugroho said that on national television, dozens of buildings were damaged on Sunday morning and there was a flood at around 9.30 am between the islands of Java and Sumatra. Saturday.

The possibility of death “was likely to increase,” Nugoroh Earlier posted on Twitter.

He said that landslides have occurred since the bursting of the Cuttack volcano, which probably resulted in a tsunami.

Indonesia’s geothermal agency said that the volcano hit two minutes and 12 seconds on Friday,

Officials here say that this was actually a tsunami that was posted on Fountainbuk, due to the volcanic activity of the volcano, of the Norwegian Embassy employee Oystein Lund Anderson.

She was 76-mile west of Jakarta, which is the capital of the country, on a holiday with her family on the Janeer coast.

Norwegian posted on Facebook, Oosten Lund Anderson, the Norwegian Embassy said, “I myself was seeing the picture of that famous volcano – Anak-Krakatau when I suddenly came across a big wave.

‘I had to run because the wave passed through the coastline and landed 15-20 m inland. The next wave entered the hotel area where I was living and dropped cars on the road behind it.

With the help of my family, arrangements have been made to clear the roads and villages of the high-through forest where our local people are taken care of. ”

In September, several hundred people died when an earthquake of 7.5 magnitudes was lifted from the Indonesian island of Sulawesi, resulting in a tsunami in the coastal city of Palu.

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